Waterfowling

$150.00$450.00

With Lake Champlain on our doorstop and wetlands all around, Wildfell offers guided waterfowl hunting starting in September and ending in December.  Depending on the quarry and the time of the year, we set-up in fields, over ponds and inland marshes, and of course on the big lake, too.

Details

  • Morning, pre-dawn to noon
  • $150 per person per hunt
  • 3-participant max.
  • Vermont hunting license with VT and federal duck stamps required
  • Availability per VT and federal Regs:  09/01/2017 to 03/10/2018 (Inclusive of all species and VT Waterfowl Hunting Zones − specific seasons open and close within these dates.)
  • Limits set per species per VT and federal Regs
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Steps to Follow *

Before purchasing, please follow these steps:
1. Email Wildfell, listing your preferred dates and times to book the guided service, and number of expected participants. Also, include a phone number at which you may be reached.
2. A Wildfell representative will respond to your inquiry, indicating if your request can be accommodated.
3. If the answer to (2) is ‘yes,’ then go ahead and purchase the guided hunting/fishing service. Choose a value for ‘Add to Cart’ equal to the number of separate outings desired.
4. Please visit Wildfell webpages “Guided Hunting and Fishing: Being Prepared” and “Cancellation Policy.”

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Description

What’s great about waterfowling is that it’s social.  You might be cold, and perhaps a bit wet, but you’re among friends and dogs, the distinction between the two often times blurred.  So, with Lake Champlain on our doorstop and wetlands all around, why not hunt ducks and geese?

Wildfell offers guided waterfowl hunting starting in September and ending in December.  It all begins with Vermont’s Canada Goose early season in September.  October heralds the start of regular season for both geese and ducks.  We set-up in fields for the former.  Hunting ponds and inland marshes work great for the latter at this time, and float trips and jump hunts are options, too.  Inland watercourses begin to ice over in November, and so we shift to open water hunting on Lake Champlain.  The big lake ices over in December, but pockets of open water often remain to season’s end.

Additional information

Participants

1, 2, 3